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can see our advance photographs, and the photographs other artists roughly attached to advertising boards. All the cinemas, although they are closed on Sunday, are brilliantly lighted, with crowds looking at the photographic stills the screen stars. I set out to walk along the p
11 March 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ FAITHFUL”

“ FAITHFUL”

FAITHFUL” Jean Muir in a pleasing film about a young singer who is temporarily spoilt by fame, but returns to her when he has learnt his lesson. Good popular booking, which, with star value in addition, should do well everywhere. Marilyn and Karl, two students in Vienna, decide t
11 March 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA ROUND THE VARIETY HALLS

THE ERA ROUND THE VARIETY HALLS

Holborn s All-Star Bill—Tom Arnold’s Streamline at Penge—Ramon Novarro at Stratford —Funny Business Goes at Lewisham Shepherd’s Bush Favourites their usual fun on unicycles and a ladder, and close the bill with humorous and clever work on bicycles. Betty Turnbull and Olga, the r
11 March 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
G.-B. EQUIPMENTS, Ltd., FILM HOUSE • WARDOUR STREET • LONDON • W.l

G.-B. EQUIPMENTS, Ltd., FILM HOUSE • WARDOUR STREET • LONDON • W.l

TELEPHONE: GERRARD 9292 f I Ethel REVNELL & Grade WEST THE TWO ODDMENTS ■or. •: Hip.. Afttoa. Mar. !•: Hip.. Manckattar. *Ptiono 6646 or NAT DAY
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here and there with variety THE ERA FRANK LOOKS AT THE NEWS

here and there with variety THE ERA FRANK LOOKS AT THE NEWS

Billy Percy into King Folly at "oventry. Arthur Lucan progressing after month in hospital. Clarice Mayne filming in Educated Evans.” Robb Wilton deserting variety for films. Mrs. Fred Gretton recovering from illness. Deveen full top this and last week, and still well featured co
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MUSICIANS’ CARDS

MUSICIANS’ CARDS

ZOE CLIFFE, Pianiste-Accordionlste (solo and reader), trained Vocaliste (soprano) and Dancer; experienced: straight and dance; Cafe. Cabaret, Hotel, and Stage; young and smart appearance; now free. All corns., 12, Rose-gardens. Watford. Herts. I Blanche coleman Violin and tenor
11 March 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GERARD HEATH Coventry House, 5 & 6, Coventry Street, London, W.l. Craeral Manager. CVRIL STANLEY. Telephone : Gerrard 2171, 2*73-

GERARD HEATH Coventry House, 5 & 6, Coventry Street, London, W.l. Craeral Manager. CVRIL STANLEY. Telephone : Gerrard 2171, 2*73-

Telegraphic Addreas: “Gerheath,” Lesquare, London. Loodon Representative, Palace, Plymooth.
11 March 1936 - The Era - London, London, England